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Hot: Not really my “cuppa tea” (har har), reminding me too much of forgotten, day-old root beer that’s turned flat and warm. However, I remember one of the sales-associates recommending this with milk and ice. Hmmm, worth a shot…

Iced: So, I mixed in some sweetened condensed milk instead of just milk and sugar, poured the whole mixture over ice and, oh. monkeys. It’s creamy, delicious root-beer-float-goodness without all the calories of ice cream! I never thought I’d see the day, but it’s here and it’s delicious. I’m not really sure how else to describe it…

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noordelijk

This sounds so delicious! I can never seem to take the time to actually make ice drinks like this, otherwise I’d try this.

Faith

It’s actually Super simple to make this one! Just steep you tea like normal (maybe add a touch of extra leaf), add sweetened condensed milk + ice to glass, pour tea over ice, stir, voila!

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noordelijk

This sounds so delicious! I can never seem to take the time to actually make ice drinks like this, otherwise I’d try this.

Faith

It’s actually Super simple to make this one! Just steep you tea like normal (maybe add a touch of extra leaf), add sweetened condensed milk + ice to glass, pour tea over ice, stir, voila!

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Hi there! I am a big fan of tea in it’s many forms: white, green, black, red, herbal, etc. Since the removal of my gallbladder I am finding I sway more towards straight teas, such as black or oolong, and dessert-like teas.

I hope you find my reviews helpful…

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Organic Ever Green (4 tsp) • DAVIDsTEA
Dragonwell • DAVIDsTEA
Mint Julep (15g) • DAVIDsTEA
Choconut Oolong (25g) • DAVIDsTEA

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